When you make an offer on a property it will either be conditional or unconditional. But what’s the difference and is an unconditional offer worth all the effort? Read on for a plain-english explanation.
It’s always a hard decision deciding the best way to sell your house. Trying to determine which method will get you the most return. Auction. Price. Or other. There’s no right or wrong answer. It all depends on the market and the particular nuances of your property.Read More
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I've just sold the roughest property I've ever listed. It was a mess. Contaminated, right next to a massive power pylon, damp and mouldy, totally trashed and full of all sorts of rubbish and rotten food. And did I mention fleas?Read More
Selling a lot of houses means I see a lot of tears. Usually, there are tears of happiness. Often there are tears of sadness. And sometimes there are tears of frustration. But when children are involved they can take the crying and emotions to a whole new level.Read More
With apartments springing up all over town, it appears that more and more Kiwis are embracing this style of living and all it has to offer.Read More
When you're selling your home it's easy to get caught up in thinking about what YOU want. But it pays to take a minute and think about what the BUYER wants too.Read More
Is the thought of selling your rental property stressing you out? Here's my advice on how to make selling your rental as pain-free as possible.
Selling your home is a big deal. And finding the right real estate agent to work with is also a big deal. Chose well, and chances are you’ll get a better price for your home and the process will be relatively pain-free. Chose poorly, and well, you’ll get the opposite. So, when it comes to choosing an agent, how much sway should you put on the size of the real estate company behind them?
Do you own a rental property, or are you thinking about becoming a landlord? If so, there are some changes on the horizon you need to know about — all to do with creating healthy homes for New Zealanders.